RRDS was awarded the contract under the U.S. U.S. General Services Administration's Fleet...

RRDS was awarded the contract under the U.S. U.S. General Services Administration's Fleet Vehicle Purchasing Program

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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded California-based RRDS a contract to supply light commercial vehicles to federal fleet customers nationwide. The 60-month contract is reportedly worth up to $2.7 billion.

RRDS was awarded the contract under GSA’s Fleet Vehicle Purchasing Program, the mandatory source for purchases of new non-tactical vehicles for the U.S. Department of Defense and federal executive agencies. According to Maxwell Sun, vice president of supply chain management at RRDS, this is the third consecutive year that the company received a contract under the GSA program.

RRDS is a solution-based systems integrator, known to provide custom-procurement, logistics, and program management services to the Department of Defense, Department of State, intelligence community, and various other federal agencies.

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